Cognitive component of the SCT includes all of the following except: A. Cues B. Environmental factor C. Incentives D. Self-efficacy
B. Environmental factor
T/F Social component of the SCT is what motivates people to change their behavior.
False Social component is how people develop/acquire and maintain a behavior
T/F "A child learns from what he/she sees around him/her through observation" was demonstrated by Sigmund Freud
T/F Theory of B.F Skinner showed behavior is influenced by drives, cues, responses and rewards.
False Theory of B.F Skinner showed that a person learns a behavior through operant conditioning (reinforcement and punishment)
Behavior is influenced by: A. Cues B. Drives C. Response D. All of the above
D. Behavior is influenced by Cues, Drives, Response and Rewards
Who identified factors that influence behavior? A. Albert Bandura B. Sigmund Freud C. Miller & Dollard D. B.F. Skinner
T/F Social Cognitive Theory was developed by Kubler Ross.
False Albert Bandura developed SCT
SCT re-classifed people into the 4 major constructs: observational learning, self-reflection, environment & situations, and ___________. A. Self-aware B. Self-control C. Self-harm D. Self-pity
Our behavior is influenced by family, friends and coworkers. This belong to which of the following constructs of SCT? A. Environmental & Situations B. Observational learning C. Self-reflection D. Self-control
A. Enviormental & Situations
Our behavior is influenced based on what we see in others' behavior. This belongs to which of the following constructs of SCT? A. Environmental & Situations B. Observational learning C. Self-reflection D. Self-control
B. Observational Learning
We are able to detect and recognize stress and try to solve the situation. This belongs to which of the following constructs of SCT? A. Environmental & Situations B. Observational learning C. Self-reflection D. Self-control
People can change the behavior from self-monitoring, goal setting and self-reward. This belongs to which of the following constructs of SCT? A. Environmental & Situations B. Observational learning C. Self-reflection D. Self-control
Patient is not successful in quitting smoking is determined by: A. Environmental & Situations B. Observational learning C. Self-reflection D. Self-efficacy
T/F People with high self-efficacy tend to panic or give up easily.
FalssePeople with LOW self-efficacy tend to panic or give up easily.
"Practice makes perfect" helps develop self-efficacy from which of the following? A. Experience B. Modeling C. Social Persuasion D. Physiological Factors
AA�s mantra "One day at a time" is achieved from which of the following? A. Experience B. Modeling C. Social Persuasion D. Physiological Factors
Alcohol abuse is classifed under personality disorder in which of the following DSM? A. I B. II C. III D. Both A and B
Diagnosis of alcohol or substance abuse requires a duration of abuse to be: A. 3 months B. 6 months C. 12 months D. 24 months
C. 12 months
All of the following are symptoms of alcohol or substance abuse except: A. increased tolerance B. decreased use C. experiencing withdrawal D. reccurant alcohol or substance related legal problems
B. decreased use
There is a high risk of abuse in patients with following disease except: A. anxiety disorder B. social personality disorder C. mood disorder D. antisocial personality disorder
B. social personality disorder
Which of the following is at risk of abuse? A. women B. high income C. unmarried young adults D. asians and african americans
C. unmarried young adults are at risk of abusemen, white & Native americans, unmarried young adults and low income level
T/F 9 out of 10 people have 2 or more chronic illness.
False 90% of people AT LEAST 1 chronic illness.
T/F50% of the population uses OTC drugs.
Which of the following social issues affecting minority older adults is not true? A. less likely to sought preventive health care services B. less likely to see physicians for common complaints C. less likely to see specialists for specific problems D. less likely to be diagnosed at later stage of disease
D. they are more likely to be diagnose at later stage of dz
Which of the following is NOT TRUE about "feminization of aging"?
A. women are less likely to afford medical care
Dangerous comorbid condtions in older adults
Alzheimers/Dementia + any chronic dz
Arthritis + Diabetes
Cataract + Osteoporosis
Medication use by adults
40% use 5+ drugs/wk
12% use 10+ drugs/wk
Top 3 drugs used by older adults
Musculoskeletal and Joint drugs
Women use more diuretics, CNS drugs, thyroid drugs, immunosuppresants, drugs for tx of nutrition and blood disorders.
25% of adults binge drink.
B. 10% binge drink. 25% drink daily
What is the prevalence of alcohol interacting with drugs?
At what stage patient is most adherent with medication?